In a letter sent back to the groups on Thursday and obtained by POLITICO, Morse wrote: “I want to make it clear that every relationship I have experienced is a result of mutual consent. Yes. However, I also realize that I must be aware of my own position of power.” He continued: “It is difficult to position the lives of young gays and elected officials as life, but it is not bad judgment. excuse.”
Morse acknowledged the relationship with college students in a statement and said that the relationship is voluntary. When asked about allegations of “sexual contact” with students at the university he teaches, Morse̵
This letter was originally written by University of Massachusetts Journal.
The 31-year-old politician was elected as the first openly gay mayor and the youngest mayor of a small western Massachusetts city nine years ago. Since then, he has named himself a grassroots politician and is committed to rebuilding this troubled city. city.
Morse is one of the left-wing congressional candidates recognized by the Justice Democrats. The Justice Democrats is helping Congressman Alexander Ocasio Cortez (DN.Y.), New York Jamaal Bowman With Cori Bush in St. Louis Defeat the current Democratic Party members in the primary election. The team ran a positive TV commercial for Morse TV before the September 1st primary election.
The primary elections in Massachusetts have begun. Voters have received votes from voters, weeks before the primary election.
Earlier this week, the Progressive Working Family Party favored Morse because the left wanted more victories in this cycle. There is also a progressive group Fight against corporate monopoliesAffiliated to the American Economic Liberties Project (American Economic Liberties Project), it is spending $300,000 on advertising to attack Neal and boost Morse.
Judicial democrats, the Workers’ Family Party, and anti-corporate monopolies did not immediately respond to comments.
Morse said in a statement to POLITICO: “I am sure that my opponent will be eager to turn it into a non-scoring political view, but I will warn him not to indulge in the old negative impressions of homosexuals.” “I will not apologize for life outside the closet, dating and meaningful conversations.” Morse also said that he is “committed to meeting any person or group, including university colleges, to answer any questions and resolve any doubt.”
An official with knowledge of the conversation said that there are no plans for the meeting.
The groups wrote: “Our organization believes that we have a responsibility to raise improper conduct regardless of party or political ideology.” They added that even if he agreed, he still considered his behavior “unacceptable.” “Morse will no longer be welcomed by our activities, and our organization will be completely separated from Morse.”